The CIA is conspiring with the terrorist group EIIL in camps controlled by Kurdish-Syrian fighters in northeastern Syria, reports a Turkish daily.
“A total of 140 Daesh terrorists (EIIL acronym in Arabic) received new identification cards, names and passports from the CIA (acronym in English of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency),” revealed the Turkish government newspaper Yeni Şafak.
According to the report, this is part of a covert U.S. operation to transport terrorists to Iraq, for which it used camps controlled by the so-called Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in the northeast of the Arab country.
At least 2000 Daesh terrorists were interrogated by the CIA in camps belonging to FDS and special “interrogation stations” established by the US in Syria and Iraq, where the members of this Takfiri terrorist gang are also regularly visited by French, Israeli and British intelligence agents, according to Yeni Şafak.
The CIA had declared several areas of Deir Ezzor province as a military zone and closed the civic movement there. These areas are being used to interrogate “certain” EIIL members. Some of them are then transferred to “refugee camps” in Al-Hol, Rukban and Hasakah.
The report also addressed a bad humanitarian situation in the “refugee camps” controlled by the FDS in northeast Syria. This happens while a previous report of the International Rescue Committee has denounced that more than 100 people died in the Al-Hol camp or on the way there.
SDF spokesperson Adnan Afrin confirmed on Tuesday that some 2000 Daesh members surrendered and had been transferred to a detection centre and their women and children, already transferred to the Al-Hol camp.
The Syrian government does not accept, as illegal, the presence of SDS in the areas of conflict with terrorists, and in particular in the east of the Euphrates River, believing that these militias complicate the situation of the country, as they fight in the subsidiary war launched by third countries such as the U.S. and its allies.